B&W Nuclear Operations Group
Mount Vernon, Indiana
Babcock & Wilcox Nuclear Operations Group, Inc.'s (B&W NOG) facility in Mount Vernon, Ind., is located at the southwestern tip of Indiana, 18 miles west of Evansville. The plant sits high on the banks of the Ohio River at the hub of the inland waterways, which facilitates economical shipment of heavy metal products worldwide. Situated on a 100-acre site, the facility has 600,000 square feet of shop area and a 1,000-ton lift capacity from the shop to the river. The Mount Vernon facility utilizes very large CNC machine tools coupled with sophisticated welding and heat treating equipment to produce large and heavy components with close dimensional tolerances and demanding quality requirements. Operating under stringent quality programs, our employees provide exceptional value for our customers.
Mount Vernon meets our customers' exacting standards by developing innovative solutions and executing efficient processes to provide affordable, high quality components and services in a safe, secure and flexible work environment, thereby ensuring a rewarding future for our employees and the B&W Company.
Mount Vernon continues to focus on providing our customers with on-time delivery of high-quality, affordable products. During the coming years, we expect to expand production through coupling our highly skilled workforce and professional staff. Mount Vernon continues to upgrade its equipment capabilities and capacities. This effective integration of personnel strengths/talents with state-of-the-art manufacturing capabilities provides customers, employees and communities with top-quality products, growth opportunities and positive business conditions respectively. The Mount Vernon facility is primed to meet the manufacturing needs of the commercial nuclear industry and looks forward to being a major player in the revitalization of nuclear energy.
The company has a long history of contributing both financially and through volunteer support to many local charities and civic organizations including the local United Way, Red Cross, Relay for Life, Chamber of Commerce, Educational/Scholarship programs and other community-related initiatives.